Running has been made easier through the innovation of lightweight shoes such as the Saucony Barefoot Running Shoes. It’s the new fad to remain stylish while keeping one’s self active and healthy. More and more sports enthusiasts see it as the next best investment in their market.
The Women’s Saucony Grid Type A4 was designed to be a lightweight (5.5 oz), fast, neutral racing flat that would appeal to midfoot/forefoot striking runners. Lower midsole height adds more cushion to your foot and makes it more durable and solid on the outside. The lower material has in itself drainage holes that not only distribute the weight of the foot, but also to easily squeeze out water from the shoes making it more comfortable for neutral racing during marathons of 5K and the likes.
Grid Type A4 is best for more brisk and speed focused workouts and racing. It promotes stability and performance not only for the runner but for the shoes as well. Its air mesh upper provides breathability and good ventilation for your foot. What’s more, the midsole is made of the Saucony Super Lite (SSL) EVA which is a sophisticated EVA blend that helps maximize rebound and at the same time minimize weight. The Saucony’s XT-900 outsole on the other hand offers extraordinary traction properties. Both the SSL EVA and the carbon rubber outsole, XT-900, contribute to the overall durability that Saucony shoes boast of.
There is no doubt you get your money’s worth with the Saucony Grid Type A4 shoes for women!
A Closer Look at Saucony Grid Type A4
Saucony Grid Type A4 Sport Women Testimonials
|es87||I really love these shoes.|
I really love these shoes. When I first put on the shoe, it actually felt a little small, but being a running shoe, I figured they woud get “broken in”….which they did and I love them. I got an 8 but i could have easily worn an 8 1/2. They are extremely light weight and very easy to run in. I also get a lot of compliments on the awesome green color, they are very bright! Overall, a really good shoe.
|Erin||Durable, Enjoying them in the winter months|
I have over 80 miles on my Grid Type A4s and very little wear. I have been enjoying them in the winter months as my alternate to my vibrams. My only complaint is when I come inside with snow packed in the sole, it melts and reverses up into the shoe and soaks my sock. I guess a small price to pay for minimalist running in MN! So far, on my minimalist journey, these shoes have the best feel for me and they hold up great. I don’t expect them to last forever since they are half the price of what I was paying for cushioned/support running shoes. What do you expect for the amount of abuse a runner puts on a $75 shoe?
|Jfp||A Nearly Perfect Running Shoe|
I love the Grid Type A4 shoes. These have become my favorite running shoe, and in my opinion, a nearly perfect running shoe. I have over 400 miles on these and have not had any of the tread issues that others seem to have. These have lasted me much longer than any other shoe, and still have lots of life left to them. I weigh 180 pounds, run about 40 miles a week, with the long run averaging 10 miles. I don’t have the best running form, and am mostly a mid-foot striker.
Saucony Grid Type A4 Women Colors
|White / Light Blue / Poppy Red||Citron / Black / Silver|